Q-School Day Three-Results and Report.

Q-School Day 3
Q-School’s Day 3 winners. (Via: Official PDC)

Former BDO star Jeffrey de Graaf was the big name to secure an automatic PDC tour card on day three of Q-School at the Robin Park Tennis Centre, in Wigan. Another former BDO star, 2008 Lakeside semi-finalist Brian Woods, also secured a tour card alongside Tony Newell and Ray Campbell.

However, de Graaf, seeded third at this year’s Lakeside World Championships, was the most high profile qualifier on day three. The 25-year-old Dutchman had struggled to make an impression in the opening days, exiting in the last 256 yesterday; nevertheless, Jeffrey’s class shone through on Friday.

De Graaf began the afternoon with a comprehensive 5-0 whitewash victory over 1996 World Matchplay winner Peter Evison in the last 512. He then edged through a deciding leg against Simon Burt in the last 256, which was the closest he came to exiting.

Jeffrey defeated Lee Shewan and Jamie Bain to reach the last 32, before recording successive 5-2 victories over Scott Dale, and former UK Open finalist Mark Walsh, to move a match away from securing a tour-card. De Graaf faced Simon Preston in the decisive clash, and secured an emphatic 5-1 win to guarantee his spot on the PDC tour until 2018.

Another former BDO man to seal an automatic tour card was Brian Woods. ‘Pecker’, who was one win away from securing an automatic tour card on the opening day, went one step further today to reclaim his card.

Woods kicked off the afternoon with a thumping 5-0 victory over Danny Dyer, before coming through a series of last-leg deciders throughout the day.

He edged past Aden Kirk and Steve Hine in deciding legs, before easing through to the last 16 by virtue of a comfortable 5-1 win over young Dutchman Joey ten Berge.The 49-year-old then defeated Nigel Daniels 5-3, before securing his tour card courtesy of his third deciding leg win of the day against Harry Robinson.

Tony Newell was another player to reclaim his tour-card. ‘The Bear’ made a confident start, dropping just one leg in beating both Matthew Hayes and Jeffrey van de Ven. Newell then eased through to the last 32, by virtue of consecutive 5-2 triumphs over Chris McTernan and Les Marson.

The 33-year-old whitewashed Matt Golding in the last 32, before overcoming Trevor Burkhill to reach the last eight. He faced John Michael for a tour-card; the Greek, who appeared at this year’s World Championships, was unable to halt ‘The Bear’s’ charge as Newell recorded a routine 5-2 win.

The fourth and final player to secure an automatic tour card was Northern Ireland’s Ray Campbell. Campbell opened up the day’s proceedings by dropping just two legs against the Dutch duo of Jeffrey Beekhuis and Ron Schouten before whitewashing Jason Marriot to reach the last 32.

Campbell’s progress to the last eight was less serene as he defeated both Marc Dewsbury and Ian Walters by virtue of deciding-legs, before he edged past Vincent Kamphuis 5-3 to secure a PDC tour card for the first time in his career.

However, it wasn’t a good day for the trio of former World finalists vying for a tour card. Two-time World finalist Peter Manley is still searching for his first victory at Q-School, after he was whitewashed 5-0 by Richie Howson.

Elsewhere, 2005 World Championship finalist Mark Dudbridge was also on the receiving end of a whitewash in the last 256 stage, as he was beaten 5-0 by Steven Smith.

Additionally, 2008 World finalist Kirk Shepherd was beaten in the last 128. After beating Jamie Kelling 5-4 in the first-round, he was dispatched 5-1 by Harry Robinson. Manley and Dudbridge’s hopes of securing a tour-card via the Q-School Order of Merit are over; their hopes rely solely on reaching the last four on Saturday’s final day.

Former World-Youth champion James Hubbard also endured a disappointing day. Hubbard was whitewashed 5-0 by Simon Cassidy in the last 512, and his hopes of securing a tour-card are now hanging by a thread. Arron Monk enjoyed a better day, but he was eventually beaten in the last 32 by Spain’s Antonio Alcinas.

2016 PDC Qualifying School
Day Three – Friday January 15

Last 256
Mark Hylton 5-2 Evander Stevenson
Michael Baynham 5-1 Shouichi Ha
Jamie Landon 5-1 Justin Broton
Aaron Stevens 5-3 Joshua Clements
Peter Martin 5-2 Scott Taylor
Colin Littlecott 5-4 James Hajdar
Nick Fullwell 5-4 Ian Withers
Darren Place 5-3 Simon Cassidy
David Fatum 5-1 Darren Latham
Lee Cusworth 5-1 David Marson
Dave Ladley 5-2 Chris Quantock
Ryan Short 5-3 Kevin Morley
Vincent Kamphuis 5-3 Kevin Bambrick
Rhys Jackson 5-2 Jack Todd
Ryan Harrington 5-2 Paul Goodwin
Sam Hamilton 5-4 Martin Thomas
Marc Dewsbury 5-4 Justin Bradshaw
Matt Clark 5-0 Billy Holmes
Richie Howson 5-0 Peter Manley
Glen Fitzpatrick 5-2 Ben Simpson
Ron Schouten 5-1Antony Lopez
Ray Campbell 5-0 Jeffrey Beekhuis
David Simpson 5-2 Ben Davies
Jason Marriott 5-4 Ron Meulenkamp
Rene Eidams 5-1 Christian Bober
Harry Ward 5-3 Krit Middleton
John Newland 5-4 Marios Georgiou
Lee Moffat 5-2 Paul Cooper
Sean Ryan 5-0 Stuart Miller
Ian Walters 5-4 Matthew Dennant
Tommy Legius 5-0 Paul Burrows
Kurt Parry 5-3 Richie Walsh
Scott Dale 5-1 James Welding
Rob Modra 5-1 Stuart Stubbs
Karl Forrington 5-1 Martin Lukeman
Ricky Sudale 5-1 Joe Croft
Jamie Bain 5-0 Lee Dimmock
Manuel Vilerio 5-0 Ian Moar
Lee Shewan 5-4 Jay Foreman
Jeffrey de Graaf 5-4 Simon Burt
Ryan De Vreede 5-2 Mark Oosterhuis
Dick van Dijk 5-2 Dan Read
Mark Walsh 5-4 David Jamieson
Peter Hudson 5-0 Alan Wilkinson
Sven Groen 5-1 Peter Walford
Robert Owen 5-0 Nick Jones
Mike Norton 5-4 Yordi Meeuwisse
Keith Rooney 5-2 Adam Huckdale
Kevin Dowling 5-2 Ben Adams
Daniel Smith 5-2 Cory Evans
Danny Pinhorne 5-2 Kevin Simm
Joey Palfreyman 5-1 Andreas Hajimena
Simon Preston 5-4 Rocco Maes
David Copley 5-3 Anthony Hall
Eddie Dootson 5-1 David Evans
Sam Head 5-3 Darren Brown
Mareno Michels 5-4 Ian Moss
Jamie Guilfoyle 5-4 Terry Creed
Terry Temple 5-2 Adam Smith-Neale
Luke Woodhouse 5-3 Shane Reidy
Dennis Smith 5-3 Nicholas Ellis
Darron Brown 5-4 Robert Thompson
Steven Smith 5-0 Mark Dudbridge
Kevin Thomas 5-1 Jay Murphy
Nigel Lamb 5-4 Duvaan Ata
Karl Merchant 5-1 Martin Knowles
Ewan Hyslop 5-4 Kieran Evans
Terry Roach 5-3 Leo Hendriks
Michel van der Horst 5-0 Robert Pierce
Mark Barilli 5-4 Ernie Brown
Dyson Parody 5-0 Ben Ward
Trevor Burkhill 5-2 Dave Johnston
Coni Singh Nagi 5-4 John Court
Les Marson 5-2 Mick McGowan
Chris McTernan 5-1 Mick Hasse
Tony Newell 5-1 Jeffrey van de Ven
Matthew Golding 5-1 Cedric Lieber
David Place 5-2 John Glover
Stephen Gow 5-4 Barrie Bates
Michael Burgoine 5-0 Ross Rimmer
Michael Dawson 5-0 Sam Thompson
John Michael 5-3 Tony Randell
Daniel Ayres 5-0 Jordan Johnston
Roxy-James Rodriguez 5-1 Stephen Gallimore
Andrew Johnson 5-0 Daniel Starkey
Michael Malone 5-4 Lee Evans
Sam Pennington 5-4 Daniel P Smith
Matt Padgett 5-2 Carlos Rodriguez
Per Laursen 5-1 Stephen Bowers
Wayne Crossley 5-1 Barry Tyler
Michael Power 5-3 Jamie Hingston
Craig Lewis 5-4 Par Riihonen
Michael York 5-0 Richard Boucher
Pete Dyos 5-2 Mark Wilson
Gary Stone 5-1 Andrew McAllister
Darren Weaver 5-1 Richard Hosey
Joey Ten Berge 5-4 Yuji Eguchi
Anthony Brown 5-4 Jamie Ellam
Michael Beal 5-1 Jamie Branton
Arron Fairweather 5-4 Richard Bailey
Aden Kirk 5-4 Mark Thorne
Brian Woods 5-0 Danny Dyer
James Young 5-1 Alex Chubb
Steve Hine 5-1 Eddie White
Thanawat Gaweenuntawong 5-0 Steve Perkins
Jeffrey Bekema 5-3 Sam Guest
Steve Brown 5-4 Brett Claydon
Colin Osborne 5-0 Andy Hutchings
Mike Symes 5-4 BJ Fairhurst
Paul Barham 5-1 Andrew Wood
Nigel Daniels 5-2 John Crossley
Chris Hill 5-0 Vernon Sheppard
Arron Monk 5-2 Mark Baxter
Paul Osmotherley 5-1 Paul Siddle
Michel Furlani 5-3 Lee Watts
Ross Smith 5-3 Marco Kantele
Antonio Alcinas 5-3 Michael Rasztovits
Jerry Hendriks 5-4 Callum Loose
Steve Atkinson 5-4 William Borland
Yuki Yamada 5-4 Martyn Turner
Carl Moorhouse 5-0 Steve Smith
Thom Humphrey 5-0 Vernon Walsh
Jon Jukes 5-0 John Chalkley
Rhys Hayden 5-2 Marvin Wehder
Steve Turner 5-3 Paul Carr
Mark Forman 5-3 Mark Lawrence
Harry Robinson 5-4 Swen Gewalt
Kirk Shepherd 5-4 Jamie Kelling

Last 128
Mark Hylton 5-2 Michael Baynham
Jamie Landon 5-3 Aaron Stevens
Colin Littlecott 5-1 Peter Martin
Nick Fullwell 5-0 Darren Place
Lee Cusworth 5-2 David Fatum
Dave Ladley 5-4 Ryan Short
Vincent Kamphuis 5-1 Rhys Jackson
Ryan Harrington 5-2 Sam Hamilton
Mark Dewsbury 5-3 Matt Clark
Glen Fitzpatrick 5-2 Richie Howson
Ray Campbell 5-2 Ron Schouten
Jason Marriott 5-4 David Simpson
Rene Eidams 5-1 Harry Ward
Lee Moffat 5-3 John Newland
Ian Walters 5-2 Sean Ryan
Kurt Parry 5-4 Tommy Legius
Scott Dale 5-3 Rob Modra
Karl Forrington 5-4 Ricky Sudale
Jamie Bain 5-1 Manuel Vilerio
Jeffrey de Graaf 5-2 Lee Shewan
Ryan De Vreede 5-1 Dick van Dijk
Mark Walsh 5-4 Peter Hudson
Sven Groen 5-2 Robert Owen
Keith Rooney 5-2 Mike Norton
Daniel Smith 5-3 Kevin Dowling
Joey Palfreyman 5-4 Danny Pinhorne
Simon Preston 5-1 Dave Copley
Eddie Dootson 5-4 Sam Head
Mareno Michels 5-3 Jamie Guilfoyle
Terry Temple 5-4 Luke Woodhouse
Darron Brown 5-4 Dennis Smith
Kevin Thomas 5-1 Steven Smith
Nigel Lamb 5-3 Karl Merchans
Ewan Hyslop 5-2 Terry Roach
Michel van der Horst 5-4 Mark Barilli
Trevor Burkhill 5-3 Dyson Parody
Les Marson 5-1 Coni Singh Nagi
Tony Newell 5-2 Chris McTernan
Mark Golding 5-4 Dave Place
Michael Burgoine 5-3 Stephen Gow
John Michael 5-1 Michael Dawson
Roxy-James Rodriguez 5-2 Daniel Ayres
Andrew Johnson 5-1 Michael Malone
Matt Padgett 5-1 Sam Pennington
Per Laursen 5-0 Wayne Crossley
Michael Power 5-4 Craig Lewis
Pete Dyos 5-3 Michael York
Gary Stone 5-2 Darren Weaver
Joey Ten Berge 5-2 Anthony Brown
Arron Fairweather 5-4 Michael Beal
Brian Woods 5-4 Aden Kirk
Steve Hine 5-2 James Young
Thanawat Gaweenuntawong 5-0 Jeff Bekema
Colin Osborne 5-4 Steve Brown
Paul Barham 5-1 Mike Symes
Nigel Daniels 5-3 Chris Hill
Arron Monk 5-3 Paul Osmotherley
Ross Smith 5-3 Michel Furlani
Antonio Alcinas 5-0 Jerry Hendricks
Steve Atkinson 5-4 Yuki Yomada
Thom Humphrey 5-2 Carl Moorhouse
Jon Jukes 5-3 Rhys Hayden
Steve Turner 5-3 Mark Forman
Harry Robinson 5-1 Kirk Shepherd
Last 64
Jamie Landon 5-3 Mark Hilton
Colin Littlecott 5-3 Nick Fullwell
Dave Ladley 5-4 Lee Cusworth
Vincent Kamphuis 5-2 Ryan Harrington
Mark Dewsbury 5-4 Glen Fitzpatrick
Ray Campbell 5-0 Jason Marriott
Rene Eidams 5-3 Lee Moffat
Ian Walters 5-3 Kurt Parry
Scott Dale 5-2 Karl Forrington
Jeffrey de Graaf 5-3 Jamie Bain
Mark Walsh 5-3 Ryan De Vreede
Sven Groen 5-4 Keith Rooney
Joey Palfreyman 5-3 Daniel Smith
Simon Preston 5-4 Eddie Dootson
Terry Temple 5-3 Marino Michels
Kevin Thomas 5-1 Darron Brown
Nigel Lamb 5-4 Ewan Hyslop
Trevor Burkhill 5-4 Michel van der Horst
Tony Newell 5-2 Les Marson
Matthew Golding 5-2 Michael Burgoine
John Michael 5-1 Roxy-James Rodriguez
Matt Padgett 5-2 Andrew Johnson
Per Laursen 5-0 Michael Power
Gary Stone 5-2 Pete Dyos
Joey Ten Berge 5-2 Arron Fairweather
Brian Woods 5-4 Steve Hine
Thanawat Gaweenuntawong 5-3 Colin Osborne
Nigel Daniels 5-3 Paul Barham
Arron Monk 5-1 Ross Smith
Antonio Alcinas 5-0 Steve Atkinson
Thom Humphrey 5-2 Jon Jukes
Harry Robinson 5-3 Steve Turner

Last 32
Colin Littlecott 5-3 Jamie Landon
Vincent Kamphuis 5-0 Dave Ladley
Ray Campbell 5-4 Mark Dewsbury
Ian Walters 5-1 Rene Eidams
Jeffrey De Graaf 5-2 Scott Dale
Mark Walsh 5-3 Sven Groen
Simon Preston 5-4 Joey Palfreyman
Terry Temple 5-0 Kevin Thomas
Trevor Burkhill 5-3 Nigel Lamb
Tony Newell 5-0 Matt Golding
John Michael 5-1 Matt Padgett
Per Laursen 3-5 Gary Stone
Brian Woods 5-1 Joey Ten Berge
Nigel Daneils 5-4 Thanawat Gaweenuntawong
Antonio Alcinas 5-2 Arron Monk
Harry Robinson 5-1 Thom Humprehys

Last 16
Vincent Kamphuis 5-2 Colin Littlecott
Ray Campbell 5-4 Ian Walters
Jeffrey de Graaf 5-2 Mark Walsh
Simon Preston 5-1 Terry Temple
Trevor Burkhill v Tony Newell
John Michael 5-3 Gary Stone
Brian Woods 5-3 Nigel Daniels
Harry Robinson 5-3 Antonio Alcinas

Last Eight
Ray Campbell 5-3 Vincent Kamphuis
Jeffrey de Graaf 5-1 Simon Preston
Tony Newell 5-2 John Michael
Brian Woods 5-4 Harry Robinson

Tour Card Winners
Ray Campbell
Jeffrey de Graaf
Tony Newell
Brian Woods

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